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100

What is the term for a word or phrase that sounds like the noise it represents, such as "buzz" or "hiss"?

Onomatopoeia

100

Which famous Egyptian queen was known for her relationship with Julius Caesar and Mark Antony?

Queen Cleopatra

100

What is the imaginary line that divides the Earth into the Northern and Southern Hemispheres called?

Equator

100

Which organ is responsible for detoxifying harmful substances in the body?

Liver

100

What is the term for a child's ability to understand and manage their own emotions and the emotions of others?

Emotional intelligence

200

In grammar, what is the term for a word that connects words, phrases, or clauses, such as "and," "but," or "because"?

Conjunction

200

What was the significance of the French Revolution in the late 18th century?

It was a major step towards democracy

200

The Amazon River is located in which continent?

South America

200

Which of the following diseases is caused by a virus?

a) Tuberculosis b) Malaria c) Influenza d) Diabetes

Influenza

200

What is the critical period for language development in children?

From birth to 7 years old.

300

What is the term for the use of symbols to represent ideas or qualities in literature?

Symbolism

300

What was the major disease that caused the Black Death in the 14th century? 

Bubonic Plague

300

Which of the following is a famous mountain range in Europe?

 a) Rocky Mountains   b) Andes Mountains c) Alps   d) Himalayas

The Alps

300

What is the body's largest organ?

The skin

300

What is the term for the process by which children develop an understanding of their own and others' mental states?

Theory of mind

400

What literary term describes the use of hints or clues to suggest what will happen later in the story?

Foreshadowing

400

What was the main objective of the Silk Road trade route?

To facilitate trade between China and The West.

400

Which ocean is the Dominican Republic bordered by?

The Atlantic Ocean

400

What is the function of white blood cells?

Fighting infections

400

What is the term for a child's ability to control and coordinate their body movements?

Fine motor skills 

500

Who wrote the classic novel "Pride and Prejudice"?

Jane Austen

500

What were the main causes and consequences of the Industrial Revolution in the 18th and 19th centuries?

Causes: Invention of the steam engine, development of the factory system, and advancements in transportation. 

Consequences: Urbanization, the rise of the working class, and environmental pollution.

500

What is the capital of Australia?

Canberra

500

What organ produces insulin in the human body?

Pancreas

500

Which brain development process is crucial for early learning and is most active during the first few years of life?

Synaptogenesis

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